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BSO On Your Doorstep - Christmas Crackers

BSO On Your Doorstep - Christmas Crackers
Friday 9th December, 7pm (1 hr 40 minutes) 
St Endellion Church
£12 | Accompanied under 16s free

Join the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra for a very special concert of wintery Christmas classics. A chamber ensemble of exceptional musicians will be performing a programme of well-known festive tunes and seasonal songs. Get into the Christmas spirit with this lively concert for all the family featuring an entertaining festive quiz.

Regarded as “the cultural heartbeat of the South West”, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra strives to be the model of a 21st century orchestra, enhancing lives through the power of music.


Concert programme featuring:

Sleigh Ride, White Christmas, Frosty the Snowman, Jingle Bells and Silent Night 
Waldteufel Skater’s Waltz
Vivaldi Four Seasons: Winter
Debussy The Snow is Dancing
Leontovych Carol of the Bells
Handel Messiah
Tchaikovsky Nutcracker
And much much more! 

MJUK presents Sea Fever

MJUK presents Sea Fever
Saturday 7th January, 7pm
St Endellion Church
£10


The wonderful MJUK, directed by Maria Jagusz, presents Sea Fever, a concert to celebrate the New Year, featuring sea themed songs and New Year classics. Expect a very special evening showcasing talented young professionals, including Harry Apps who recently completed a run as Marius in Les Miserables on the West End.

To book, visit our box office or contact Julia at 07815987172. 
 

Awareness in Singing: The Holistic Approach

Awareness in Singing: The Holistic Approach 
Saturday 14th January, 10am – 3pm
St Endellion Church 
£10


Join Katy Thomson (award-winning soprano and co-chair of St Endellion Easter Festival) and Harriet Schofield (experienced counsellor) to explore how improving awareness can help you unlock your full creative potential. Harriet and Katy present a relaxed, fun and informative workshop, combining Katy's knowledge of singing technique and performance psychology with Harriet's expertise in psychology and life-coaching. Whether you are interested in refreshing your singing technique, learning some new warm-ups, or connecting to a deeper sense of confidence, this dynamic duo will empower you to find more freedom and joy! 

K'antu Ensemble

K’antu Ensemble
Saturday 14th January, 7.30pm
St Endellion Church
£12 | Free for accompanied under 16s

 
This January, we are thrilled to have musicians from Birmingham’s award-winning early music group, K’antu Ensemble, returning to St Endellion. Join us for an eclectic performance of historical folk music from across the globe, exploring traditions and folklore behind some of the ensemble’s favourite tunes. Since their last performance at St Endellion back in 2016, K’antu Ensemble have made their debut at Bridgewater Hall and led multiple performances across Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games Festival. 
 
“Terrifically interesting and enjoyable…their performances are joyously individual”
-Early Music Today Magazine
 
 

The People's String Foundation

The People’s String Foundation
Friday 27th January, 7.30pm
St Endellion Church
£12 | Free for accompanied under 16s


The brilliant South West based band, People’s String Foundation, bring together a heady mix of passionate theatrics, artisan flavours and world beats. Led by violinist Ben Sutcliffe (previously a Composer and Musical Director for Kneehigh Theatre), the band encompass a grass roots level philosophy, working with local musicians, communities and schools. Expect an evening of heart racing, soul warming and toe tapping music.

“Stonking, earthy, organic, delicate, and barn-storming.” 
- Charles Hazlewood, conductor and composer
 

Will Page

Will Page
Saturday 11th February, 7.30pm
St Endellion Church
£15

 

Well known as the fiddle playing front man of Americana band, Noble Jacks, Will Page is a folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sussex. With Noble Jacks, he has toured to sold out shows across the UK and beyond, with notable festival performances at Glastonbury and Isle of Wight Festival. Will is now recording and performing as a solo artist, showcasing his more traditional folk-style writing and playing style. Expect heartfelt vocals accompanied by guitar, harmonica and fiddle!

Fabulous Fables with Peter Ursem

Fabulous Fables with Peter Ursem
Saturday 18th February, 10am-1pm
St Endellion Church
£10


Ever since Aesop’s fables, wise and funny stories, featuring animals as protagonists, have been a part of the literary genre. Artist and writer Peter Ursem recently published The Bigger Picture, a new collection of 'friendly fables’ in which a colourful group of winged, horned and hoofed friends make the most of living together along the riverside. In this creative writing workshop Peter will help you create a short but thoughtful fable. In fables nothing is impossible, as long as it makes you think and smile.

The Old Testament as History

The Old Testament as History
Saturday 18th March, 10am – 3pm
St Endellion Church
£10


What is the Old Testament about? Does it tell the true story of the people of Israel? How does it fit with what we know about the Ancient Near East? And does it matter? Expect to have all these questions and more answered on this reflective day!
 

Ninebarrow

Ninebarrow
Thursday 23rd March, 7.30pm
St Endellion Church
£16.50 | £18 on the door


Multi-award-winning folk duo, Ninebarrow, are impressing audiences across the UK with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Described by radio broadcaster Mark Radcliffe as ‘two halves of one voice’, Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere combine breathtaking vocal harmonies and melodies, delivering songs inspired and rooted in the landscape and history of the British Isles. The duo were nominated in the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for Best Emerging Artist and won Best Duo at the Folking.com Awards 2019. Their latest album, ‘A Pocket Full of Acorns’ (2021), was released to wide-spread critical acclaim, including coverage on BBC1’s Countryfile and BBC Radio 4’s Front Row.

“Another example of how strong British folk music is at the moment.”
-The Telegraph.
 

Coppice Theatre present Science Adventures: Deep Sea

Coppice Theatre present Science Adventures: Deep Sea 
(Suitable for 5+)
Saturday 29th April, 2pm
St Endellion Hall
Pay What You Decide


This April, we will be heading to the bottom of the sea with Coppice Theatre for an exciting aquatic adventure! Through puppetry, animation and storytelling, this fantastical show explores the importance of protecting our coast and oceans, whilst fostering a love of science and literature.

The team that brought you Science Adventures (2018) and Science Adventures: The Power Pickle (2021) bring you a brand new show with exciting new characters and three new stories aimed at primary school-aged children. Coppice Theatre are a Cornish-based company that specialise in creating engaging, entertaining and accessible productions for young people. 

This event is pay what you decide - please book in advance and bring cash on the day.